Like the country he represents, Captain America has changed a lot over the years. Though the 75-year-old super soldier was born as a reaction to fascism, Cap has gone through all manner of cancellations and team changes, appeared in various shows and PSAs, and come out the other end of Marvel’s cinematic universe as a
If you’ve been following Marvel’s comics lately, you’ll know that Steve Rogers hasn’t been Captain America for a while now. He’s been drained of his super-soldier serum and turned into an old man, while former Falcon Sam Wilson has taken up the mantle (much to some people’s chagrin). As of today, that’s no longer the…
The new Captain America comic, starring Sam Wilson as Captain America, has already drawn some heat for the way it’s shown Sam taking an active role in the politics of the modern day U.S. This is something Steve Rogers himself did throughout his career as Cap—but the second issue goes a long way in highlighting the key…
Joe Quesada stopped by The Colbert Report (which at least makes more sense than The View) to announce that Sam Wilson will be taking over as Captain America.
If you watch one video today about the long, anguished relationship between Steve Rogers and James "Bucky" Barnes set to Celine Dion's sweeping soft-rock power ballad "It's All Coming Back to Me Now," by the gods, let it be this one.
Before Captain America: The Winter Soldier premiered, there were a lot of wild rumors floating around about the character played by Robert Redford. So we asked the directors, Anthony and Joe Russo, about these crazy notions. And now that we can freely talk about end-of-the-movie spoilers, here's what they told us.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the darkest of all the Marvel movies. But then how on EARTH did directors Anthony and Joe Russo manage to fit in the most ridiculous Captain America villain of all time, Batroc the leaper? In our exclusive interview, we go deep into the secrets of making Cap (and his friends) go…
When you wake up after 70 years on ice, you miss a few major historical and cultural events. This shot from the opening of Captain America: The Winter Soldier peeks into Steve Rogers' notebook, tracking the things he needs to research and remember after his time asleep.
Looking to get a jump on the history books? Science fiction already has a complete list of the men, women, and murderous aliens who occupy the White House in this bright new 21st century.